During the search for my family cruise I looked at the Carnival Vista every day. Then something spectacular came about with MSC, they had a new ship, the MSC Seaside being built that would challenge the Vista completely. I looked that ship up and immediately became attached. This is the most diverse cruise line and that I appreciated that the most. Not to mention the rates weren’t too bad either. Kids really sail FREE. That was amazing! Due to the Seaside’s large stature, there was limited movement and I didn’t hear not one guest complain about motion sickness.
I recently had the pleasure of embarking on a wonderful adventure on a Caribbean cruise with Celebrity. We sailed on the Celebrity Eclipse out of Miami on a 6 day journey, stopping in Grand Cayman, Cozumel and Costa Maya.
I took the 7 night Western Caribbean cruise on Royal Caribbean’sLiberty of the Seas this summer with my parents and both my kids, ages 15 and 13, and we had the BEST time! It was definitely a vacation that we will never stop talking about and one we want to repeat ASAP!
This summer, my family and I departed on the 7-day Western Caribbean Cruise with Carnival. We were very excited for this cruise, since it was my son’s first one and it had been a long time since I last went on a cruise. Because the port of embarkation was in Galveston, we were glad that we only needed to drive an hour to get to our cruise ship.
By: Lesa Caden, Certified Travel Agent & Director of Employee Development
Upon arrival at the Miami airport, we were greeted by Carnival with an expedited check-in process for boarding. Carnival coordinated checking in luggage, processing our onboard ID and shuttling us to the ship for a small fee. I would suggest this can be arranged round trip for an easy transition.